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The Nuremberg Trials (History Firsthand)

by Mitchell Geoffrey Bard

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"I was just following orders." Nazis gave this excuse for committing previously unimaginable atrocities. In trying 22 of the highest Nazi officials at Nuremberg, the Allies established that this was not an acceptable defense and that war crimes would not go unpunished. This anthology details the preparation and conduct of the "greatest criminal trial."

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A collection of essays that explore various aspects of the Nuremberg Trials in which the Allied nations prosecuted the Nazis for crimes against humanity during World War II, examining trial preparation, the prosecution, the challenge of being fair, and the verdicts and conclusions.… (more)

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